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Beside Galway Bay. All rooms with private facilities, TV, hairdryer, tea/coffee. Ten minutes walking to City Centre. Galway 1km.
Sitting by Lough Corrib, surrounded by lake, woodland and mountains, this B&B is great for lovers of the outdoors, anglers, and those wanting to ‘get away from it all’.
Connemara Healing Journeys - Come join us by the sea! For gentle walks, meditation, Tai-Chi and celtic, christian heritage pilgrimmages to ancient sites and to Máméin for ancient healing pilgrimages.
Licensed restaurant, offering good food, with fresh seafood and Connemara lamb a speciality.
Warm friendly home in quiet historical site within walking distance of city centre and beach. Property is close to university and shopping. Facilities include Internet access and WIFI, Multi channel TV. Premises offers Queen beds. All Tours can be arranged.
The world’s leading Bodhrán Summer School. Classes, lectures, workshops and craic.
This two bedroom apartment, in Salthill Galway, overlooks Galway Bay and Seapoint Promenade. It is on the first floor, with private parking, elevator access and balcony. It is centrally located to all amenities.
Sonas B&B is located in Carna Village, in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht, this family run B&B puts the emphasis on friendliness and your comfort.
Roundstone House Hotel is a small, family-run hotel, situated overlooking Roundstone Bay and the Twelve Bens Mountain Range in County Galway. The hotel is known for its friendly service and excellent restaurant, awarded two AA Rosettes.
Rockville Holiday Apartment is a Four Star offering panoramic Sea views of Galway Bay from all rooms. Just fifteen minutes walk to Galway City. It is a modern and spacious apartment, in an excellent location for festivals and family holidays.
From €700 Per Person Sharing
€235 per person sharing
From €179 pps
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